Oxenholme Road / B6254

The B6254 from Oxenholme towards Kendal from the Helmside Road junction is known as Oxenholme Road.


Properties within Oxenholme on Oxenholme Road (north side) are limited to:

  • Oxenholme Farm
  • Raysholme – formerly part of Oxenholme Farm – see above link
  • Mill Cottage – formerly part of Oxenholme Farm – see above link

There are no properties on the Oxenholme Road (south side).


Properties within Oxenholme on the B6254 (north side) heading towards Old Hutton are limited to:


Properties within Oxenholme on the B6254 (south side) heading towards Old Hutton are limited to:

  • Elmleigh
  • Fairfield
  • Formentor
  • Glen Villa
  • Glenside
  • High Raise
  • Langstrath
  • Oxenholme House
  • The Glen

Page last updated 16 October 2017

Oxenholme Farm

Oxenholme Farm

The original Oxenholme Farm was first divided into two properties, Oxenholme Farm and Raysholme. It has since been divided again to form three properties, Oxenholme Farm, Raysholme and Mill Cottage.

The following information was contributed by local schoolchildren from St. Marks, Natland to the BBC Domesday Project in 1986:

“Mr. Bell took over the Elizabethan farmhouse in 1932. There 40 hectares owned by the farm and a further 23 are rented. Silage, which is cut every year in June and August, occupies 38 acres while the remaining 63 are used for hay and pasture. Mr. Bell owns four tractors, two of which are Fords. He keeps Friesian cows, forty-two being milked every day at 07.00 and 16.00. So far this year 145 lambs have been born, although 8 or 9 die each year shortly after birth. Mr. Bell also keeps hens and breeds pheasants which he buys when they are only a day old. When St. Mark’s children visited the farm they were given some silage and cow cake. They watched the sheepdog at work and went in the milking shed. When they entered a field of cows, they were very quickly surrounded!”

Known residents:

  • 1851 – James Cleasby
  • 1866 – John Garnett
  • 1897 – Richard Thornburrow
  • 1901 – Edward Cornthwaite & family

Raysholme

Known residents:

  • 1920 – Arthur Haliburton Wilson – see Wilson family page
  • 1925 – Harry Lancelot Hughff
  • 1929 – William Kilvert Howard
  • Last recorded sale date / price: 17 December 2015 / £525,000

Mill Cottage

mill cottage

Mill Cottage courtesy of Google Street View June 2011

Known residents: